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Contemporary bathroom designs can be mind boggling to choose from since literally thousands are available in the marketplace. If you have a distinct taste in design, you may be more decisive than others. This article will give an overview of surfaces commonly used in bathrooms to help with your decision.
 
Ceramic Tile Bathroom
Ceramics are one of the most commonly used tiles in bathrooms. Ceramics tiles are produced from clay which is a natural ingredient. It comes in a variety of sizes, colors and textures. Benefits of ceramics include its appearance and long-lasting nature. It is also very easy to maintain and is stain and odor resistant.

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Cork Bathroom
Cork tiles are made from recycled champagne corks. This makes this type of tile a renewable resource without the waste. There are many advantages to having a cork tiled bathroom. It has a natural wax material inside of it; which helps to repel germs and mold.

It also insulates better than wood which c an make a difference on your energy bill and also reduce sound. In extreme climates, this tile can keep you cool during summer and warm during winter with the use of a heater beneath its surface. Cork tiled bathrooms are long-lasting and can handle everyday wear and tear. Because of its high absorbency nature, several coats of polyurethane should be applied to prevent dampness and stains.

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Travertine Bathroom
Travertine tiles are a great choice for use in bathrooms as it gives off an elegant and expensive look. It originates from a kind of limestone that is deposited by springs, making it renewable and sustainable. The material can be used on bathroom fixtures such as sinks and bath tubs. It is ideal not only because of its beauty, but also because of its ease of maintenance and the many colors and patterns available to choose from.

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Stone Bathroom
A stone bathroom is a great way to go green and still keep a contemporary and elegant look. It is an age old material that is now being used in dramatic new ways. Stone is an organic material with a unique character and coloring. Natural stone comes from all over the world. It can be igneous or metamorphic and these factors add to its variety as it comes in an array of colors, textures and finishes.

There are many different stone tiles available for use in bathrooms some of the most common being marble, granite, limestone, slate, travertine and others. They can be used for bathroom fixtures, sinks, bathtubs and showers. Tiles made from stone are considered to be durable and resistant to wear and stain. They however require a chemical sealant to clog pores and prevent water from seeping into them.

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Marble Bathroom
Marble bathrooms add a sense of luxury to any home. Marbles are formed when the calcium created from shells & bones combine with carbon dioxide from water. It is a form of limestone and contains crystals of calcite or dolomite. It is then altered from its natural limestone state through a process of re-crystallization and hardened under heat and pressure. Marbles are typified by colored veins running through them making it visually appealing and very unique. It gives a charming, expensive feel to any bathroom and is highly prized across the world. Marble is often associated with luxury because of its use in royal places like palaces and historical buildings around the world. It is waterproof which makes it ideal for use in bathrooms. Marbles have often been used in bathrooms, providing flooring, bath tubs, showers, wall finishes and vanity tops.

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Wood Bathroom
The use of wood in the bathroom context adds a charming touch and can also give a very warm feel to it. Incorporating wood features into your bathroom design can create a natural and rustic look. Several hardwoods like pine, oak, mahogany and ash can be used and are chosen depending on the hue or tone you would like to set. Regardless of the type of hardwood being used, wood is solid, durable and will increase the value of your home.

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Mosaic Bathroom
Mosaic is the art of fitting several pieces of shell, stone, tile, glass or other materials together in a pattern. The pieces are normally squares, triangles or other regular shapes and are laid and set on mortar. Its popularity has expanded over the years; as it adds life to any room with the vibrant colors that are often chosen when making it. This art traces back to Greece and Rome in which instance pebbles were normally used. Places like Mexico and the Middle East also have a strong history of using this art form.

Today, many people use mosaic in various places of their home including the bathroom whether it is the walls, flooring, sink, bathroom fixtures or even as a backdrop. Mosaic tiles may be made from marble, ceramics, terrazzo, among other substances.

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Linoleum Bathroom
Linoleum flooring was invented almost 150 years ago and is a popular floor covering used widely in both residential and commercial settings. It is made by pressing a mixture of heated natural ingredients together against burlap or canvas. Natural ingredients include linseed oil, rosin, cork with a touch of pigmentation for coloring. It is used as a covering especially for floors. It is often chosen over vinyl because of its “green value.”

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Vinyl Bathroom
Vinyl is made from a synthetic product and is frequently used in bathroom settings due to its versatility. There are virtually hundreds of patterns and styles to choose from and it fits any type of budget. As a result of its easy maintenance, variety and resilience to mold and mildew, it is one of the most popular products used in bathrooms today. It can be found on walls, floors, sink counters, bathroom cabinets and bathroom accessories like shower curtains. Vinyl signifies a lower-cost alternative to tile and offers the same functionality. It is waterproof, sturdy and is ultra-easy to clean.

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Rejuvenate can be used on the following type of bathroom:
Ceramic Tile Bathroom Cork Bathroom Travertine Bathroom
Stone Bathroom Marble Bathroom Wood Bathroom
Mosaic Bathroom Linoleum Bathroom Vinyl Bathroom
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